4-H Horse Club Competes at the District Horse Bowl

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The Cherokee County 4-H Horse Club participated in the West District 4-H Horse Bowl competition on February 11, at the Tryon International Equestrian Center, Mill Spring, NC. Club members that competed were Bella Hedden, Rebecca Carver, Rachel Carver, Eliana Meiners, and Eliza Meiners. Their coaches/4-H club volunteers are Erika Hedden and Amy Meiners.

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The youth competed against other 4-H horse clubs from across the district with hopes to win either 1st or 2nd place at the district competition to be able to move onto the NC 4-H State Horse Bowl competition, on March 11. Unfortunately the team finished a 3rd. The team finished their afternoon out with ice skating at Tryon so the day did have some perks even if they didn’t make it to the state competition.

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4-H Horse Bowl requires hours of studying horse related topics from anatomy to tack to riding disciplines. 4-H Horse Bowl competitions offer an opportunity for youth interested in horses to display the knowledge they have gained in a competitive and friendly atmosphere. It also encourages youth and leaders to study and obtain a more thorough and complete knowledge of horses and related subject matter. Youth will gain confidence in their horse knowledge and are rewarded and recognized for their achievements. 

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To learn more about the 4-H Horse Program or 4-H Clubs contact, Shannon Coleman, at shannon_coleman@ncsu.edu or call 828-837-2210 ext. 4.